Limoges Porcelain Egg "Laureat"

112,50 €

Limoges Porcelain Egg 
Numbered and signed
Height 2,5 inches and Diameter 2 inches
Made in France

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This exclusive Limoges Porcelain Egg is a true collector's item as it was one of the winning designs from our annual competition Prix Laure Selignac. Since 2007, the Maison Laure Selignac in Paris has organized an annual porcelain art competition with the objective of promoting the savoir-faire of amateur and professional artisans specialized in the art of decorative porcelain and rewarding them for their creativity and expertise. Previous judges for the event have included: Laurence Benguigui, Laurent Wauquiez, former French President Valéry Giscard D’Estaing, Jean Rochefort and Nathalie Baye.

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The technique of Embossed Gold was discovered by Jean Larat, founder of the company in 1919. He creates a process allowing to deposit Gold Embossed on porcelain. Today based on respect of tradition, we can explore unknown territory in a much quicker and more efficient way. Plus de détails



Hand-painted in Limoges, France Each Limoges Porcelain is Hand-Painted and is accented with 24 karat gold.

Limoges Porcelain

Limoges Porcelain

The Kaolin is discovered in 1768 near Limoges and the "porcelain of Limoges" is born! For hundred years, we continued to reinvent porcelain while exploring these unique materials that have transformed the small town of Limoges into an internationally recognized brand.

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The text is painting in Gold by Hand, with a beautiful cursive writing inspired by our French Tradition. Name, date, initials, words ... everything is possible to make it last forever.